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Video: Paul George’s MJ shrug was actually at Quavo, who soon left Clippers’ game vs. Hawks

Paul George, Quavo

Paul George made his sixth triple of the night early in the fourth quarter as the Los Angeles Clippers continued to pour it on against the Atlanta Hawks at home. PG-13 did a Michael Jordan-esque shrug to somebody in the crowd as the Clippers went up by 33 points.

It turns out it was aimed at Quavo, a well-known Hawks fan:

Soon after, Quavo gave up, called it a night, and headed towars the exits with the Clippers dominating the Hawks:

What a home debut for Paul George. He definitely had it going as he needed just 20 minutes to drop 37 points to lead the Clips to the 150-101 victory at home.

The Clippers’ 49-point win set the franchise record for their highest margin of victory. Likewise, LA’s 150 points were the second-most points scored in a game in franchise history.

With a 12-point cushion at halftime, the Clippers sent out a firestorm in the second half. They scored 38 points each in the third and fourth quarters and held the Hawks to just 39 points in the entire second half.

George’s six makes from beyond the arc tied a career high for the 29-year old. He also shot 10-of-17 from the field and made all of his 11 free throws on the night.

George preceded this massive outing with an impressive season debut against the New Orleans Pelicans. Despite coming up short against the Pelicans, George showed no rust at all after missing LA’s first 11 games of the season. George dropped 33 points and added nine boards and four assists in his season debut.

Despite George’s return, we still have not seen both PG-13 and Kawhi Leonard take the floor together as teammates. Leonard sat out the game against the Hawks due to a left knee contusion.